Today's Most Effective Technology for Termite Control

Research from dozens of universities confirms that the Sentricon® System with Always Active™ technology is today’s most innovative and effective treatment for termite protection.

How To Identify Termites

It takes a professional to tell if termites are lurking in your home. It’s easy to mistake a flying ant for a termite because they both have wings during the reproductive stage. To eliminate the guesswork, contact Cook’s for a free inspection.

How We Treat: Sentricon®

Compared to gallons of liquid chemical treatments, Cook’s uses a more environmentally-friendly approach with the Sentricon® System with Always Active™ technology, winner of the Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award. The Sentricon® System with Always Active™ technology uses bait stations placed around the home. This eliminates the need for liquid chemical treatments to the home’s foundation.

Risk Of Not Treating

Each year, termites cause damage to more than half a million homes in the United States. Early detection and prevention could save you thousands of dollars.

About Termites

  • In the Cook’s service area, we typically encounter three species of termites including Drywood, Eastern subterranean, and Formosan subterranean.
  • Termites damage more than half a million U.S. homes each year.
  • According to the NPMA (National Pest Management Association), termites cause more than $5 billion in damages to the United States annually.

Today's Most Effective Technology for Termite Control

Whether you have a termite problem now or want to prevent one from happening, the Sentricon® System lets you take and keep control of your home. The Sentricon System has been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a leader in green chemistry, having received four Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards. See how the Sentricon System works and offers you unbeatable termite protection.

Defending Your Home...

Stations are placed around your home, and with our Always Active™ technology, the Recruit HD termite bait is available to begin working immediately.

...By Eliminating the Colony

The active ingredient, noviflumuron, gets shared within the colony and prevents termites from maturing through molting. Without molting, the colony can no longer survive.

Frequently Asked Questions
Can I extend the previous owner’s Cook’s termite protection plan?

Following a home purchase, you may be able to extend the previous owner’s Cook’s termite protection coverage. Ask your Cook’s professional for details.

Why should I get termite service?

Termite infestations can get steadily worse with time, and cause thousands of dollars of damage to your home. Here in the Southeast, termites are a huge concern for homeowners: Because a home is often your largest investment, you want to make sure to protect it before damage occurs.

Why continue service once they're gone?

Termites never lose their appetite for the wood in your home. They can return at any time, inflicting another round of damage. Ask your Cook’s professional about our termite protection plan.

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As a family-owned business, we pride ourselves on our reputation for taking care of friends and neighbors. If you’re not satisfied with our work, we’ll make it right by giving you a free month of service and refunding 10% of your last month’s service fee.